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Gay Books Vandalized at Harvard

By Charlotte Robinson, December 13, 2010
Harvard University police report they’re investigating vandalism to
about 40 books on lesbian & gay issues at a university library as a
hate crime. Security staff at Lamont Library said in a report filed
with campus police on Friday that it appeared someone poured
urine on the books on Nov. 24. An empty bottle was found nearby.
A police spokesman tells The Crimson student newspaper that all
the books were about lesbian, gay & same-gender marriage issues.
Library spokeswoman Beth Brainard says it took so long to report
the incident because staff wanted to assess the value of the books.
She says they were worth thousands of dollars & will be discarded.
Marco Chan, co-chairman of the Harvard College Queer Students
& Allies, called the incident "disconcerting." Updates to Come...
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